Duna | Palm Springs
Duna La Quinta is a guard-gated community located 30 miles southeast of Palm Springs in the City of La Quinta. Duna La Quinta is conveniently located within a mile of the La Quinta Resort & Club. Duna La Quinta is situated on The Dunes Golf Course, with exceptional views of the Santa Rosa Mountains.
Duna La Quinta owners also have the option of joining either the La Quinta Resort golf club or becoming a social and fitness member.
Duna La Quinta features community pools, wonderful views of the Santa Rosa Mountains and plenty of open space for walking.
If you’re looking for a home or a condo in this area, contact me and I’ll help you find the perfect oasis to call your own. And if you’re interested in selling your home or condo in this area, visit my site for a free home evaluation.
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Q: What is there to do in La Quinta this weekend?
A: Things to Do in La Quinta are Marvyn’s Magic Theater, Old Town La Quinta, La Quinta Museum, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Lake Cahuilla Recreation Area, La Quinta Library.
Q: What are the best Places in La Quinta?
A: CVWD receives water from the Colorado River through the 123-mile (198 km) Coachella Branch of the All American Canal. Water in the canal flows entirely by gravity, dropping in elevation an average of one foot per mile. In the Coachella Valley, Colorado River water is used primarily for agricultural irrigation.
Q: How far is Joshua Tree from La Quinta?
A: The distance between La Quinta and Joshua Tree is 33 miles. The road distance is 53.8 miles.
Q: What’s so great about Palm Springs?
A: Palm Springs, California, was once the proverbial playground of movie stars, but now it’s a fun and laid-back destination for anyone who wants to enjoy a posh desert getaway. With a focus on art and design, Palm Springs is the perfect blend of nature and sophistication, with just the right amount of kitsch.
Q: Why is it so windy in Palm Springs?
A: The two major factors that create strong winds in Palm Springs are mountains and pressure. First, the mountains: three ranges surround the Coachella Valley. Strong breezes typically move through various mountain passes in the region, particularly the San Gorgonio Pass (west toward Cabazon and Banning).
Q: Is Palm Springs a walkable city?
A: Palm Springs has an average Walk Score of 35 with 44,552 residents. Palm Springs has some public transportation and does not have many bike lanes. The most walkable Palm Springs neighborhoods are Downtown, Warm Sands and Baristo.